Religious Freedom Advocates Continue to Raise Awareness for Imprisoned Pastor Andrew Brunson

American Pastor Andrew Brunson is scheduled again for trial next month. Wrongfully detained in Turkey and denied due process rights for years, his story is stirring American and European government officials to action.

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Luis Palau Receives Prestigious Esperanza Spirit Award at National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast

Evangelist Luis Palau was honored with the prestigious 2018 Esperanza Spirit Award at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast last week in Washington, D.C.

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KSBJ Educational Foundation Welcomes Joe Paulo as New President, General Manager

KSBJ Educational Foundation has promoted Joe Paulo to President and General Manager of 89.3 KSBJ and 91.7 NGEN Radio.

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Persecution of Christians Raised at North Korea Summit

Contrary to media reports that he would not, U.S. President Donald Trump stated that he did indeed raise human rights, and the issue of persecuted Christians...

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Internet Still Open As Title II ‘Net Neutrality’ Rules Are Rescinded

From the red alert symbols being used by a number of politicians and their allies, you might have thought the internet would grind to a halt when the FCC’s “Restoring Internet Freedom” order took effect on Monday.

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Tech CEO Bows to Pressure on Chick-Fil-A

Last weekend, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey learned that he had committed a great sin in the eyes of some when he ate at Chick-Fil-A.

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House Panel Advances PIRATE Act

A key House panel advanced legislation this week to enhance the FCC’s ability to crack down on pirate radio stations.

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NRB, NRBTV, and Bott Radio at #SBCAM18

NRB was among the exhibitors at the 2018 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Dallas, Texas, together with NRB members NRBTV and Bott Radio Network, which conducted interviews from the NRB booth.

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FEBC Celebrates 70 Years of Gospel Broadcasting in the Philippines

It was on June 4, 1948, that FEBC launched its first radio station, KZAS, in Manila, Philippines.

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Relief Groups Minister After Guatemalan Volcano Eruption

Relief groups are working to help thousands of people in Guatemala who have been affected by the eruption of the country’s Fuego volcano earlier this month.

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EMF CEO Mike Novak Announces Retirement

Mike Novak, the chief executive officer of the Educational Media Foundation (EMF), has announced his intention to retire in the coming months from his role at the largest non-commercial contemporary Christian radio organization.

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CRISTA Begins Process to Identify Next President and CEO

The Board of Trustees for CRISTA Ministries has formally initiated a process that will eventually conclude with the hiring of a successor to the organization’s president and chief executive officer, Bob Lonac, who is retiring.

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Supreme Court Delivers #JusticeForJack

The U.S. Supreme Court this week sent a powerful rebuke to government officials who would slight religious beliefs they don’t favor.

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NRB Presses for Religious Freedom to be on North Korea Summit Agenda

U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un are on course for a historic meeting in Singapore next week.

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Decision America California Tour with Franklin Graham Draws More than 57,000

Over the course of 17 days, the Decision America California Tour with Franklin Graham reached an estimated 57,000 people across the Golden State with the life-saving Gospel.

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“In God We Trust” Upheld on U.S. Currency

Two federal courts ruled within days of each other that America’s national motto, “In God We Trust,” is fine where it is on U.S. currency.

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